I guess we just see things differently. I’ve watched all of his games for United and more often than not I think he’s played well and at times he’s been brilliant. I rate Bruno just a highly but they’re different players that do different things.It is not just transfer fees though - it's also the wages. If Pogba is demanding high wages, which he was and will continue to do so, he must prove his worth in that regard.
Also to be clear relative to Bruno I feel Pogba has had more matches that have been void of creativity and great moments whilst also being a huge hinderance to the team because he plays deeper which means the cost to the team is higher if he's a passenger than say, Bruno.
Now one could then say "why don't we put Pogba in the 10 in that case", and the answer is obviously, that we can't because Bruno is a better 10. Anyone suggesting otherwise needs to give their heads a wobble.
Then the follow-up might be "OK why don't we play him in central mid but give him the players he needs to perform" and the counter is "if a player is so good why do we need to make the conditions perfect for him, else he fails to hit a suitable level?" Maybe he's not actually a great player but is more of a great talent who is more a "form" player with bursts of 1-2 months of form at a time.
Bruno also requires two hard working midfielders behind him and would also struggle to play in a midfield two. It’s always good to have a team of players that compliment each other well. Of course, you can argue that Bruno is a more effective attacking midfielder. But it has always seemed strange to me that Pogba is criticised for ‘needing the right players around him’. This is true for pretty much all players.